People who like this book describe it as
Overwhelming, Thought-provoking, Impressive, Objective, Moving, Well written, Inspiring, Sad, Must read and A masterpiece.
They tend to think it's about
Holocaust, Inhumanity, Humanity, Suffering and Survival.
People who like this book also tend to like other non-fiction books such as The Truce, The Periodic Table, How to Live: Or A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer, A view from the foothills, The Complete Maus, Gödel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid, Berlin: The Downfall 1945, The Art of War, Silent Spring and The Executioner's Song.
People who like this book are statistically more likely enjoy reading fiction books such as Anna Karenina, The Mill on the Floss, The Ghost Road, Dubliners and Bleak House. People who like this book are more likely than most to think of themselves as Idiosyncratic, Grouchy and Difficult. They are most likely to be interested in things such as Philosophy.
This book is particularly popular among supporters of the Green Party of England and Wales. This book is particularly popular among readers of The Guardian.
Their favourite writers are: John Donne, Carol Ann Duffy, Alexis de Tocqueville, Albert Camus, Marina Hyde, Will Self, Alan Rusbridger, Simon Jenkins and Alexei Sayle.